Syrian government is accused of continuing violence
The Syrian government has been accused of continuing a deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters, despite signing up to a deal earlier this week to end the violence.
The agreement involved the withdrawal of the army, the release of political prisoners and the beginning of a national dialogue.
Yet since then, it is claimed security forces have killed at least nineteen people and wounded dozens of others.
The BBC's World Affairs Editor, John Simpson reports.
04 Nov 2011
- From the section Middle East